fenestrule

noun
fe·nes·trule | \fə̇ˈneˌstrül\
plural -s

Definition of fenestrule 

: one of the small openings between intersecting branches of a lacy bryozoan colony

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History and Etymology for fenestrule

Latin fenestrula small window, diminutive of fenestra opening, window

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